Trenaxa 500 tablet medicine is an anti-fibrinolytic that contains tranexamic acid as an active ingredient. The medicine stops the breakdown of blood clots and is used to stop bleeding in diseases or conditions that lead to excessive bleeding from the body such as menses (periods), surgical procedure, nose bleed, internal bleeding. This medicine should be taken as directed by the doctor and in doses and duration as prescribed. Do not take it for more than the prescribed dose. Avoid using the medicine if you are allergic, have kidney or blood diseases, fits. Take as instructed by the doctor....
Q: Which medicines I can use to control heavy bleeding during menses?
A: Medicine is the first line of management of heavy bleeding. Other treatments like oral contraceptive pills, intrauterine contraceptive devices or hormones may be given to regulate cycles. The doctor will take into consideration factors like age, family planning status, sonography reports and hormone levels to decide the appropriate line of management for you.
Q: Can I take the medicine to avoid getting menses?
A: The menstrual cycle is regulated by female hormones like estrogen, progesterone and luteinizing hormone. Other hormones like prolactin and thyroid hormones affect menstrual cycles. The medicine controls the bleeding during menses and is not recommended for controlling or stopping the menstrual cycles. Consult the gynaecologist for controlling menses.
Q: For how long can I take Trenaxa 500 medicine?
A: You suffer from repeated heavy menstrual cycles, Consult a gynaecologist. The medicine controls the blood flow, it does not correct the hormonal imbalance or other conditions that are responsible for causing the excessive flow. It is better to consult the gynaecologist and get a check-up done.
Q: Can Trenaxa 500 medicine help to get relief from stomach pain during menses?
A: Stomach pain during menses occurs as the uterus contracts strongly giving rise to uterine cramps. Menses result from the shedding of the inner uterine lining leads to the formation of chemical mediators. These mediators induce abdominal cramps. The medicine does not inhibit the action of the mediators and does not have a direct pain killer effect. The medicine is used to control bleeding. The bleeding subsides, the pain slowly reduces.
Q: Can Trenaxa 500 medicine can be used to control post-menopausal bleeding?
A: Post-menopausal bleeding is never considered normal. There is always a disorder that leads to post-menopausal bleeding. First, diagnose the disorder and then treat it. Post-menopausal bleeding must never be ignored and a gynaecologist must be consulted.
Q: What are the side effects of Trenaxa?
A: Diarrhoea, vomiting, and nausea are few common side effects that individuals might experience after taking this medicine.
Q: Is Trenaxa a steroid?
A: No, Trenaxa is not a steroid.